Labels: Eric D. Williams, Holocaust Denial, Sander Hicks
posted by Pat @ 12:45 PM
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Interesting Interview with John Lear
That's the same John Lear who claims to have stolen peices of alien spacecraft from Area 51 (he later claims the Air Force stole it back but left him alone) and that NASA is covering up the existence of ancient cities on Mars.Owned again, Billy. You didn't even come close this time.
That's the same John Lear who claims to have stolen peices of alien spacecraft from Area 51 (he later claims the Air Force stole it back but left him alone) and that NASA is covering up the existence of ancient cities on Mars.What? You mean you haven't seen those cities?Oh dude, it's better than Machu Picchu!The next time the little green people come to take me away in their UFO I'll ask if you can come along to.
I listened further to the John Lear interview and he flat out lies about what the 9-11 hijackers were capable of.1st, he claims that they couldn't possibly have hit the towers on the first attempt. That's automatically invalid, as september 11th 2001 was NOT thier first attempt to hit the twin towers with a hijacked aircraft. They performed numerous simulated practice runs in both home PC simulations and at least one of the hijackers is known to have gained access to a multi-million dollar professional grade Boeing simulator.2nd, what do you get when you lay out one of the WTC towers horizontally and cover the top side with concrete?A runway.By claiming that no one could have hit the twin towers with a Boeing 757, Mr. Lear is claiming that no one in the world knows how to land an airplane.In fact, it's even more difficult to land a plane than hit the towers. An airplane on landing must stay on the runway for the entire length of the touchdown and rollout. All the 9-11 hijackers had to do was pass through a single point in space that was occupied by a chunk of office tower.Congratulations, BG. You've managed to find someone who may be dumber than you are.
LOL!!Of course BG had to post first to defend his Nazi friends. Scumbag.
From a Lexus-Nexus Search...Copyright 2002 The New York Times Company The New York TimesJanuary 18, 2002 Friday Late Edition - Final SECTION: Section E; Part 2; Column 1; Leisure/Weekend Desk; Pg. 55LENGTH: 1174 wordsHEADLINE: BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Hopping Rides With a Range of Extremists"Come along for the ride," Thom Robb, the Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, tells Jon Ronson. "We'll have fun!" And so he does. Indeed, that is what Mr. Ronson, a British journalist and documentary filmmaker, does throughout "Them: Adventures With Extremists." He comes along for the ride, determined to have as much fun as one possibly can with Islamic radicals, white supremacists, Christian separatists and assorted conspiracy theorists, all of whom are convinced in some fashion that a small, evil cabal is secretly planning to take over the world. Mr. Ronson wants to see the world through the eyes of radicals, and he turns himself into a kind of Forrest Gump who good-naturedly tries on a Klansman's white hood, chauffeurs Muslim extremists to photocopy "Crush the Pirate State of Israel" fliers and tags along in the search for global plotters engaged in debauched pagan rituals.The upshot, delivered deadpan, is by turns hilarious, disturbing and off-putting. There's the Klan leader, Thom Robb, who was inspired by self-help books to teach his followers to avoid "the N-word" in public so as not to scare off potential sympathizers. His daughter-in-law, Anna, runs a "personality skills workshop" for K.K.K. members. (Does the personality test really fit the Klan? Mr. Ronson asks Anna. After all, for many people "mixes easily" might be considered a strength, he points out, "but for you 'mixes easily' must presumably be considered a weakness.")And there's Alex Jones, a Texas radio talk-show host who raised $93,000 from listeners to rebuild David Koresh's Branch Davidian church in Waco, Tex., and who calls the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center "Clinton's Reichstag." He rants against the Anti-Defamation League for calling him an extremist. "Anybody who wants to live free is a racist," he says. "The A.D.L. is the scum of the earth." Then he quickly adds, "You aren't going to use that last line out of context, are you?"
They performed numerous simulated practice runs in both home PC simulations and at least one of the hijackers is known to have gained access to a multi-million dollar professional grade Boeing simulator.if you truly are a sword of truth, will you please link to this information so I can confirm that? Especially the 'home computer' story.Thanks, I appreciate you sharing your knowledge with the community.
It's been posted several times before, and you've seen it. I'd tell you to stop playing stupid, but it's obvious that you're not playing.
I think that you need to prove that you exist, SD.If you live in a world where a bunch of middle class kids from Saudi Arabia can afford to go to college in Germany and then travel to America but then cannot get their hands on a 1500 dollar desktop computer and a 50 dollar copy of Microsoft Flight Simulator, then obviously you can't have access to a computer either.Someone who cannot get access to a computer cannot post messages to this blog, yet you do. This is a logical impossibility and cannot exist in this universe. Ergo, you do not exist.Prove you exist, you inbred mental midget. Then we'll talk.
Descartes' proof of his existance was the phrase "I think, therefore I am". Obviously, this also proves that Swing Dangler does not exist.
Descartes' proof of his existance was the phrase "I think, therefore I am". Obviously, this also proves that Swing Dangler does not exist.He and little Billy Giltner are two peas in a pod. Neither of them ever stop and ask themselves; "Will this make me look retarded?" before they post. They just wrap themselves in stupid and charge straight in for the glory of Allah or the Riech or whatever they're on about this week.A conspiracist debunking blog couldn't ask for a better pair of paranoid poster children to play off against.
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